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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Forecasting the 2014 SEC on CBS schedule



Over the last 13 years, the Southeastern Conference has grown not only in the number of teams (12 to 14), but with national media exposure.

The SEC has claimed its place in the last decade as the undisputed top conference in college football and the numbers back it up as seven of the last ten national champions have been produced (Florida 2007 and 2009, LSU 2008, Auburn 2011 and Alabama 2010, 2012 and 2013).
They happen to also be the only conference with its own broadcast television deal through CBS. Since 2001, the network became exclusive to SEC football and the rewards have been reaped.
Some have even called the SEC the developmental league for the NFL, which says a lot.
With the dead zone of the sports season unofficially underway, why not forecast the 2014 SEC on CBS schedule.
* Already announced
* Sept. 13- Georgia at South Carolina
 Sept. 20- Florida at Alabama
 Sept. 27- Missouri at South Carolina
Oct. 4- LSU at Auburn
Oct. 11- Georgia at Missouri (11 a.m. CT)
LSU at Florida (2:30 p.m. CT)
Oct. 18- Texas A&M at Alabama
Oct. 25- Alabama at Tennessee
* Nov. 1- Florida vs. Georgia
Nov. 8- Texas A&M at Auburn (2:30 p.m. CT)
Alabama at LSU (7 p.m. CT)
Nov. 15- Auburn at Georgia
Nov. 22- Missouri at Tennessee
* Nov. 28 (Friday)- Missouri at Arkansas
Nov. 29- Auburn at Alabama

Feel free to comment about my projected schedule.